Supplement to the JCIH 2007 Position Statement : Principles and Guidelines for Early Intervention After Con fi rmation That a Child Is Deaf or Hard of Hearing

@inproceedings{Muse2013SupplementTT,
  title={Supplement to the JCIH 2007 Position Statement : Principles and Guidelines for Early Intervention After Con fi rmation That a Child Is Deaf or Hard of Hearing},
  author={Carianne Tucker Muse and Judy Harrison and Christine and Yoshinaga-Itano and Alison Grimes and Ellis Patrick and Brookhouser and Stephen E. Epstein and Craig Alan Buchman and Albert Mehl and Betty R. Vohr and Mary Pat Moeller and Patti F. Martin and Beth S. Benedict and Bobbie and Scoggins and Jodee Crace and Michelle King and Alice and Sette},
  year={2013}
}
EI services represent the purpose and goal of the entire EHDI process. Screening and confirmation that a child is D/HH are largely meaningless without appropriate, individualized, targeted and high-quality intervention. For the infant or young child who is D/HH to reach his or her full potential, carefully designed individualized intervention must be implemented promptly, utilizing service providers with optimal knowledge and skill levels and providing services on the basis of research, best… CONTINUE READING